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About CPC


Fighting for a safer environment at home, in the community, and at work

The Cancer Prevention Coalition

The Cancer Prevention Coalition (CPC), which opened its national office in Chicago in July 1994, is a unique nationwide coalition of leading independent experts in cancer prevention and public health, together with citizen activists and representatives of organized labor, public interest, environmental, and women's health groups. The Coalition has about 100 local offices in the U.S., as well as international offices.

Our goal is to reduce escalating cancer rates through a comprehensive strategy of outreach, public education, advocacy, and public policy initiatives to establish prevention as the nation's foremost cancer policy.

Chairman
Samuel S. Epstein, M.D., Founder of the Coalition, is an expert on the causes and prevention of cancer.
Awards
Scientific Publications

Board of Directors

CPC News

Offices

Margie Aliprandi, CPC National Director of Local Offices, has agreed to take a lead role in the development of our national and international Offices - regional or local, help coordinate their activities, and organize bimonthly conference calls between Offices and Dr. Epstein.  Discussion topics for the calls include consumer product safety, and broader aspects of the science and politics of cancer cause and prevention.

June Milich, CPC Assistant National Director

Regional Director of California & Hawaii

Local CPC offices in the U.S. and Canada

U.S. Regional Directors

International National Directors

International Local Office Directors

 

More information on Local Office Directors (LOD)

 

 

DONATIONS

CPC is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  Donations are tax-deductible.

 

$35 BASIC

$100

LOCAL OFFICE DIRECTOR

Other Amount

 

   
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